Hotel Real Audiencia
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Well needless to say I experienced culture shock even though I've been to South America before. Without being racist I have not seen any other tourists today. To start our explorations the 5 of us walked to the mall. It is only about 5 minutes from our house. Alex and I bought tons of snacks for $13. We ate KFC in the food court (super cultural, I know). Then we came back to our house, and tried to tell our home stay Grandpa (he ...
Lethargic today. I had a hard time getting out of bed. Just.... Numb, fuzzy, a little. Takes more effort than I'd like to focus.
Late for Spanish. Ruth was awesome about it. Note to self: Spanish is also at 12:15 tomorrow. Don't be late.
Went to Araucaria, prepped for the exam and got caught up on paperwork (and asking the ...
We had not realised it was Carnival when we arrived in Quito. This was both a good thing and a bad thing. Carnival is a two-day public holiday for the whole country, it ...
... opened the gate and showed me to my room. He didn't look real happy and I probably wouldn't have been either.
Wed Feb 11: it was a tough day adjusting to the 9000 foot altitude. Headache and lethargic. I followed the advice in the guidebooks and drank lots of water, rested, and avoided alcohol.
Thur Feb 12: felt fine and took a trolleybus to Old Town, the colonial part of the city centered around Plaza de la Independencia. This was basically a day ...
... 32 US. I could have booked with Greyline for $29.
· Additional was admission to each of the churches in order that they are able to keep up their good work.
· Tack on lunch which I’d be eating anyway.
· Did I wish to continue on in the afternoon to the Equator Park - $15 plus what? The admission to the park.
· Plus well deserved for both host and driver – and the guide at the park. ...